How To Transition Your Dresses Into Fall

November 14, 2017

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Summertime is definitely my favorite time of the year and whenever fall comes around, I’m always reluctant to put away my summer pieces. However, although autumn is here, that doesn’t mean you need to store your dresses just yet. In today’s post, I’ll be showing you how to transition your summer dresses into the fall/winter season. To do so, I styled two very different dresses, in two separate looks, so let’s get into it!

 

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  Dress from Isalis  /  Boots / jacket (similar)  /  bag  /  watch  

The Wrap Dress

For the first look, I wore this amazing floral wrap dress. I typically wouldn’t wear florals for fall, but the dark color palette of this dress makes it perfect for this season. I added a faux-leather jacket to edge up the look. However, if leather isn’t your thing, you can definitely wear a longer coat, a suede or even aviator jacket instead. I then threw on my absolute favorite pair of boots at the moment, which are these amazing sock boots from a brand I recently discovered called Sigerson Morrison. They instantly elevated the look and made it perfect for the colder months, not to mention how comfortable the heel is.

 

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Dress  /  sweater (similar)  /  watch  /  bag  /  Shoes from Stella McCartney

The Slip Dress

For the second look, I decided to style this gorgeous satin dress. What I love about this particular one is the fact that it has a draped hem with a split side. Such an amazing detail that really elevates it from your classic slip dress. For added warmth, I layered a sweater on top and tied it all in with a belt. Seeing as both pieces are quite loose, it is important to define your waist in order not to completely lose your figure. I then finished the look with my oh-so-practical Stella McCartney platforms and my suede bag from Chloe which just screams fall to me!

And there you have it! Proof that you don’t need to buy new clothes every season. I hope this post helps you utilize your wardrobe to it’s full potential.

Which is your favorite season for fashion? Let me know in the comments below!

Stay warm lovelies.
xoxo

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